An early 19th century silver pair-cased open-face key-wind v...





An early 19th century silver pair-cased open-face key-wind verge pocket watch, by George Clarke of London, white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, gilt spade hands, pierced and engraved balance cock with square pillars, no. 945, hallmarks London 1817, outer case width 51mm, not currently working

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Movement – ticks for a few seconds before stopping
Dial - several hairline cracks and a large chip at 4
Glass - none
Hands - probably replacements and both slightly bent
Case - stem has been re-soldered, both cases heavily worn

Auction Date: 5th Apr 2024 at 10am

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Sale Dates:
5th Apr 2024 10am (Lots 1000 to 1736)

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